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Hamburg Klimmer

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Marion Klimmer trains and coaches the (future) service provider of high-performance companies. Highly motivated, and also – qualified, ambitious and demanding these attributes describe the employees, which are among the core team of many complex service provider. As an example, are here called auditing and investment companies, law firms and consultancies and advertising agencies and management consultancies. The Hamburg-based trainer Marion Klimmer specializes on such high-performance companies and their employees with their company Kantipudi coaching & training. She conveys the employees of such organizations the finishing touches”, the they view of excellence need through training and coaching.

“So Marion Klimmer offers for example a training the pitch win competing for coveted jobs that have front nose” at. “Individual coaching sessions, which are another offer service providers of the company performances” prepare, which is very much at stake so for example competition presentations, negotiations with key customers and difficult staff conversations. Also an exam coaching, for example, for the employees of accounting firms that prepare for the exams as an auditor in part-time is one of the services portfolio, Klimmer coaching & training. This conducted Marion Klimmer already at several service companies with the result that the passing rate rose significantly, also because the coaching concept is based on the latest findings of brain research”. Red Solo Cups: the source for more info. Marion Klimmer has focused on high-performance companies in the services sector, because these organizations face in their personnel work special challenges not only because their employees in addition to a strong performance and willingness to have often also a well-developed ego”. In addition: the share of personnel costs in the total cost is typically very high in these companies.

According to professionally, the resource must man “and be used. In addition, the staff are often not only the most important asset of the company, the high-qualified specialists can be replaced also difficult. Accordingly, they must be cherished and maintained. How staff short -, medium – and long term can provide the expected top services, is also a central theme in the coaching sessions, carried out by Marion Klimmer employing the high-performance organizations. In them often involves the question: How can the high performers maintain the emotional mental balance, which is necessary to the provision of excellence?

Master Talk – The Art Of The Moment

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Lecture by Michael Schiessl on September 04, 2008 at 18:00 in the event series ‘master talk’ at the design Academy berlin, school of communication and design (FH). The consumer is no longer driven that mere herd animal, bleating runs back and forth between the offers, suggestive advertisements and receptive to aufgeschwatzte products he did not want to. The consumer today is challenging, unpredictable, stubborn and bitchy. The markets are saturated. Advertising is often boring, is increasingly unbelievable in certain target groups, and many customers are annoyed. The vast variety of media offers, products and services is perceived as a privilege but as load. Countless image floods of the advertising world evoke feelings of disorientation and confusion among the consumers. Ignorance and lack of interest rather than AIDA? Participants of the master talk in September excited must, which approaches Michael Schiessl presented in his speech, to This conflict to go around.

Michael Schiessl’s specialties are media psychology, advertising effectiveness and brand research. The Diplom psychologist studied psychology, philosophy, sociology and cultural studies in Munich and Berlin. In addition to numerous research activities, he established the advertising research division at eye square and is lecturer at the UdK Berlin. After the lecture the possibility is about the three new master’s degree programmes of design to inform Academy berlin (University of applied sciences). In the coming winter semester, future students can master studies creative direction (consecutive *), marketing communication (non-consecutive) and corporate communications (part-time) study. More information: or by phone: 030 / 616 54 80 the consecutive course consists of content sequential statements which have a technical connection.

Westphalian Wilhelms University

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com + plus graduates successfully master the exam for the PR-Manager Munster, 04 May 2010 – eight graduates of the com + plus distance passed successfully their exam to the PR Manager at the Centre for applied communication (ZAK) last Friday (April 30). Prerequisite for the admission to the ZAK test Public Relations of the education and Training Institute is the successful completion of the distance learning com + plus. The study includes all relevant areas of the PR profession ranging from the theoretical foundations of the communication to the full planning a PR concept. After processing of twelve Studienbriefen and the participation of four practice workshops, students are well prepared on the statutory audit. So also the eight specimens had grown well the ZAK completion requirements. ZAK is a non-commercial working Club, which was founded by members of the Institute for communication science of the Westphalian Wilhelms University.

Chairman of the Audit Committee is Prof. Dr. Joachim Walter. The day of the examination at the ZAK began with the creation of an ad hoc conception and subsequent presentation to a PR practitioner from the Audit Commission. Thereafter followed a 40-minute knowledge test to the PR and communication theory. Their theses in the form of a comprehensive communication concept had previously written the new PR Manager. The turnaround time for the specially elaborated concept was three months.

GmbH Veerser WEG

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Polyglot research conducts survey projects sought by citizens attractive part-time jobs for students in market research: under the new name of polyglot research the international market research group CHD expert a branch campus of Ruhr-Universitat Bochum is based on. Are developed in close cooperation with Prof. Ralf Berning from the University of Bochum in the (TZR) technology centre Ruhr numerous new jobs in addition to a / a project manager for CATI research are several mini-jobbers or with foreign language skills looking for part-timers. We have chosen the College site Bochum, because we want to require the broad language skills of students and students and expand the excellent technical cooperation with Prof. Berning in other projects. We also offer an interesting activity in an ultra-modern work environment to students right on campus”, says Rolf W.

Schmidt, managing partner of CHD Expert dialog GmbH. The company founded over ten years ago, headquartered near Hamburg searched throughout Europe for the CHD expert group data for studies and reports on hotels, restaurants and catering on behalf of leading brands like for example Carl Berg, coke, Kraft, Nestle and Unilever. The company specializes in the so-called non-market is expanding strongly and creates more interesting jobs. We gain numerous outfitters and suppliers in the so-called non-House market as new customers and massively increase so our capacity”, says Rolf W. Schmidt. In a few weeks start the first telephone interviews of hoteliers and restaurateurs in Europe on the newly created site in Bochum. The analysis of telephone and online interviews incorporated into reports, which are exclusively available to top customers available or can be ordered online (). CHD expert is a leading supplier of data in the so-called non-market.

The company was founded in 1997 as the Marktplatz Hotel GmbH and belongs with approximately seven years to the international CHD expert group Branches in all economically important countries in Europe and United States and Canada. About the out of home market:, He is one of few global growth markets except home market (all accommodation and catering services, which take people outside her own apartment in claim). In Europe alone more than 500 billion euros issued here each year, with around 1,500 euros per inhabitant per year about 30 percent of all spending for food and beverages. In the United States, the ratio of the off-site consumption already at about 50 percent. This value is expected for the next few years in Europe. For this reason, almost all international companies in the food and beverage industry set their focus more and more on this dynamic market. However, because the structures and processes are often different as in the traditional wholesale and retail, these companies need specialized and professional support in the analysis and processing of out of home market.

Information Evening

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The German Graduate School of management and law (GGS) invites you on Thursday, 18th August 2011 from 18: 00 until 20:00 in the Neckar Tower (station str. 1, 74072 Heilbronn) to the next information evening. The German Graduate School of management and law (GGS) invites you on Thursday, 18th August 2011 from 18: 00 until 20:00 in the Neckar Tower (station str. 1, 74072 Heilbronn) to the next information evening. He turns mainly to all professionals and executives, who are now planning their next career step and therefore a part-time MBA, MSc or LL.M-study aspiring. In addition to comprehensive information on the various study options, visitors have the opportunity to make your own picture of the College. Professors Michael Bruck, Martin Schulz and Christopher Stehr and more faculty, students and staff are available for personal talks and a detailed consultation available. While the visitors learn about the GGS programs: the MBA the MBA program focuses on first-year students that Core disciplines of management: General management is in the foreground.

Based on the various programs in the second year focus on tailored to focus on: leadership generally (focus leadership), in an international context (focus international business) or design and management of business processes (process focus management & innovation). Study start: October 15, 2011 the LL.M. in business law law for non-lawyers and corporate lawyers. In two years the competent point of contact on legal issues of corporate governance. Study start: October 22, 2011 LL.M in legal management targeted preparation for the activity as a corporate lawyer. Are to meet the different requirements in day-to-day business, corporate law, management and soft skills closely related. This is the basis of the new master’s programme management, part-time and exclusively offered on the GGS legally. The graduates this LL.M.-studies are able to a business situation in his All to capture and to identify the interfaces to other areas of law and competent to evaluate.

Their decision will be relevant this legally correct, but especially an entrepreneur. Their skill is rounded off by the ability to target to communicate confidently represent their point of view and to enforce. Study start: October 2012 the Leeds masters in business management course in management in international cooperation with the Leeds University Business School. Study start: January 2012 also the Dieter Schwarz information prospective students dinner Info more about the application and selection process, costs and scholarships Foundation. You gain a comprehensive impression of the GGs. Of course you can apply directly for a study. Applications are accepted continuously. Since the number of places for the study programmes is limited, it is advisable to apply early for the study.


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The life of an average language student in England as is the timetable? No matter what you study, depends on the schedule when you get up in the morning. Each timetable is different, and each day will be different. Connect with other leaders such as Red Solo Cups here. The normal UK working hours are Monday to Friday 9 – 17.30, so probably your courses will be between these two periods. On a normal weekday, you will attend classes, seminars, lectures or work independently, but have enough time to get to know your surroundings and other people. Outside school hours can be divided quite independently learning is sometimes you will not learn maybe some hours on other days at all. You will probably have 3-4 week lectures, to get 7-8 hours for seminars or direct lessons, individual lessons with a tutor, or independent work.

In England, an adequate preparation and self-government is capitalized. Everyone works differently; as long as the work is done on time and you understand everything you need to not every minute from plan. On a typical day you up maybe 8: 00 to go to a lecture at 9: 00. After an hour you have a break, to go to the library, then maybe a seminar around 11: 00, lunch 13: 00, and then some time for independent work. Or you have maybe the afternoon a journey of discovery in the environment, or some TV on the iPlayer (with which you can watch programmes in England discretion), for sports with a Club at school or University. How much do you want to work? What makes the study? This is an important question! And even though you have come to the study course to England, you want to work all the time. Time with friends is just as important, it is an important part of the cultural experience.

In your course, your daily learning should include the following: Group lectures take 1-2 hours and give you the ability to understand your skills and make notes to develop. After the lectures, you can the teacher ask set you should do that in any case, if you have not understood something, get too much information too fast, or have ambiguities, in your notes. You need that for your after! Lessons in small groups and seminars such courses are your ability to interact with others, it depends on the response. You could keep for example small presentations, discuss, talk, express opinions, and generally improve your speaking. Such activities are designed to improve your listening comprehension and everyday fluency, so don’t expect something as news see, understand directions and role-playing games such as job interviews or phone calls. Social life are often to be apprenticeship as free time intended, in a sports club or another Club, or to learn to relax. Depending on how your rate is applied, for example excursions could are held, or at other times during the week. Cultural excursions you show more of your environment, for a memorable experience. If such trips are not centrally organized, you can get together with other students and even set off. Ask your teacher, Ortansassige or other students for advice on which places are the best can be seen. And otherwise? Have fun! Because you are here to enjoy learning, so use all your possibilities and involve themselves as much as possible. They should also talk them much as possible English, every day, what will improve your pronunciation and cultural understanding and will give you a sense of security in the language.